You can’t launch a magazine in London’s party playground without throwing a party so My Soho Times threw not one, but two events to celebrate in Soho’s iconic Experimental Cocktail Club and the The Piano Bar Soho!
We’re more than half way through lockdown 2.0 – great news. Uncertainty of what’s coming next – not so great news. But for now, let’s swing the pendulum back to some more great news with this competition we have with The Cherry Tree!
Another lockdown. And once again the only visible evidence that a market exists on Berwick Street is the Soho Dairy stall standing alone without its peers. Before lockdown 2.0 Robin Smith gave us a glimpse of what’s happening to the West End’s oldest market…
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“Here we go again.” A phrase we’ve heard too often since lockdown 2.0.
Snuggle up and get ready to be inspired these 9 foodies who’ve eaten their way through Autumn menus… I hope you’re hungry, it’s likely to be a delivery service kind of night!
As part of our Soho Female Founders series we caught up with Sarah Hollebon, a Savile Row trained tailor and mental health activist, in her studio just off Carnaby Street…
If like us you love free – you’re about to double-love the news we’re about to share!
We invited filmmaker Ivo Belohoubek to be our guest blogger and share his experience dining at the Orient London in China Town… Real people – real opinions – about real food!
We caught up with writer Jess Toale and her pup Clive the bulldog in their stumping ground, Covent Garden, to hand over a copy of our autumn issue with their contributing article inside – fresh from the printers! Read on for Jess’ recommendation on dog-friendly places to paws for a coffee (or treat!)!
Ivo Belohoubek speaks to Nieves Barragan about gaining a Michelin Star for Sabor, growing up in her mum’s kitchen and giving back…
When I created My Soho Times as a blog in 2012, the main objective was to share my experience living in the bustling heart of London… By 2015 I decided I didn’t want it to be just about me, but rather the amazing people who LIVE WORK PLAY (interpret the latter as you wish!) in…
We commissioned local resident Daniel Morgenstern to design an illustration for our dog-friendly cafes feature – and here’s what he came up with!
With a decade’s worth of experience working with SMEs and startups, Lua Cooper – Founder & Principal Consultant at Greengage, shares some advice on simple ways to get your business back on track again.
This International Chefs Day we’re turning the spotlight onto Chef Rajiv who shares his blessings of 2020 and flying the flag for Nepalese cuisine at the British Street Food Awards!
Whether it’s the lockdown blues, or end of summer slump you’re battling with, Lydia Johnson, founder of London Clinic of Hypnotherapy, shares these steps to help you get your mojo back!
There is a tiny cafe in Soho that was a lifesaver during lockdown… B Bagel Bakery Bar!
Not long to go before our Autumn issue is out!… Hope you’re hungry!
Tim Baros takes us on his culinary experience dining at the Old Compton Brasserie after its recent re-opening since lockdown… It was surely missed during the COVID lockdown – but to be back there, on opening day – July 4th – and to be greeted by Max, one of the best restaurant managers in town…
To celebrate Pride Month, Kiran Selvakumaran of London Beautiful Life speaks to Jeremy Joseph, owner of the G-A-Y brand.
Dr Luke Dixon of Urban Beekeeping shares insight into Soho’s often unspoken biodiversity and tips on how we can do our part to save the bees…
Soho is almost unrecognisable during the COVID-19 lockdown. A district which on any given day is heaving with people, suddenly resembles a ghost town…
As the spring sun arrives, we look back on our winter issue to the man who graced our first issue front cover… Mark Powell shares The Art of Looking Dapper.
He has earned the nickname ‘Mr London‘ for his hard graft in the hospitality and entertainment industry over the decades. At My Soho Times, we call him The Talentbanqer… Ray Jones is on a mission to bring great live music to unexpected venues across London!
Half term is here! Thinking of what to do with the little ones? Now’s a great time to take a trip down memory lane with The Hummingbird Bakery for their limited edition cake collection to mark 40 years of the children’s book classic Funnybones by Janet and Allan Ahlberg.